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permanent tweets

Turning tweets into clever permanent keepsakes

May 1, 2014

permanent tweets

Turn your tweets into keepsakes

As Twitter becomes more and more popular, more people are enjoying the novelty of getting their message across in 140 characters or less. Hashtags are trending, businesses are using it to create contests and interest in their business and individuals use it to make their social presence known.

Many times people receive a reply, or a retweet from someone that means so much they would like to keep it forever. Now you can. You can also give the gift of a “permanent Tweet” to someone else.

If you are looking for a one of a kind gift for a coworker, employee, or friend, consider Permanent140 (formerly Permanent Tweet). They turn your favorite Tweet into a work of art.

The Tweet you choose will be laser etched onto your choice of wood or metal, thus turning it in to a permanent tweet. This could be especially fun to give to a new client, with the first Tweet you shared. You can also manufacture a “fake” Tweet, so long as it fits into the 140 character limit.

Each plaque is approximately 2.5 by 5.75 inches, but can vary based on the length of the Tweet. And the wood plaques are approximately 1/8” thick. A wood plaque is $20 and a metal one is $30; which makes for a very reasonably priced, unique gift. The uses of these plaques are not limited to merely decorative purposes; they can be used as bookmarks, promotional items, and anything else you can imagine.

While you could make something similar yourself, or order it through a printing service, this is a great way to get your creative juices flowing. The possibilities are potentially endless. But if you do not have time, or the inclination to make one, Permanent140 makes an easy gift for colleagues, clients, and friends.

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